WANDERERS have no fresh injury concerns ahead of their trip to Blackpool tomorrow.

Keith Hill admits the inclement weather has limited the amount of training which his players have been able to do at Lostock over the last few days – but Ali Crawford is expected to be part of the group travelling to Bloomfield Road after his injury return at the weekend.

Ronan Darcy is out with a foot injury and Tottenham loanee Anthony Georgiou will resume full training with the group with a view to the weekend’s game against Accrington.

The Bolton boss said this afternoon: “We have been catching up with the players and haven’t been out on the grass today because of the conditions. We have been in the bubble and probably a third of the squad have been rest and recovery because of the games we have played and the ones coming up.

“There is a lot of enthusiasm from the players and it’s important they play with a smile on their face but I can never question their pride, desire or the way they want to play for the fans. They have it at this moment in time. They are 100 per cent committed to making the right decisions to get the right results.”

Blackpool are likely to be without top goalscorer Armand Gnanduillet for a second game running and also have slight concerns over a knee injury which has been carried by ex-Bolton striker Gary Madine.